Mental Health Professionals

Bridge City Counseling Group:
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0116Nate Bagley, MA, LPC
Child and Family and Adult Counselor
Nate is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializes in working with children, adolescents, and families, and addressing such issues as depression, anxiety, life transition, trauma, and family issues with individual adults. He has specialized training in play therapy, collaborative problem solving, and providing trauma informed care . He works with children four years and older, families in crisis and conflict, couples, and individual adult men and women.  Nate provides affirming care to gender non-conforming clients and clients in the midst of gender transitions.  He can accept most major insurances and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Pacific Source, First Choice, First Health,  Kaiser added Choice, Moda, Family Care, OHP open card, and Bridge Span,   503 545-5329 NateB@Bridgecitycounseling.com

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Lindsey Gibson LMFTLindsey Gibson, M.ed, LMFT  Couples and Family Therapist
Works with individuals, couples, and families covering a range of presenting issues including couple’s issues (divorce, infidelity, life cycle transitions, blended families, communication, and relationship enhancement), adoption, and grief and loss. Experience also includes youth and families dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety, and addiction.  Lindsey can accept most major insurances and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Family Care, Pacific Source,  Moda, First Choice, Kaiser Added Choice,  Bridge Span, and OHP open card,
971.400.5407 LindseyG@Bridgecitycounseling.com

Katie Fazal, LMFT
is a licensed family therapist who works with young children, teens, adults, partner relationships and families. Katie is experienced in addressing issues related to trauma, loss and grief, family crisis, families involved with Child Welfare, school related issues (IEP and 504), co-parenting, divorce, infidelities in relationships, physical and sexual abuse, anxiety and depression. Katie specializes in working with children, adults and families around issues of identity and the impact of societal oppression related to race, religion, culture, gender and sexual orientation. Katie believes in working collaboratively with clients to come to a common understanding about the best way to address their concerns. Katie brings a trauma-informed and social justice lens to locate clients in the larger context of their community to promote lasting health and well-being. Katie can accept most major insurances and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Family Care, Moda, Bridge Span, and OHP open card
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503.954.2188 KatieF@Bridgecitycounseling.com .Ronald Crouch Ph.DRonald Crouch, Ph.D.
Ron is a clinical psychologist specializing in child and family therapy. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical and community psychology from DePaul University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship focused on child and adolescent psychology. Ron focuses on the whole family and the whole person in his approach to therapy, and works to enhance family bonds and build on the existing strengths in every family. He has specialized training in evidence-based therapies such as Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Habit Reversal, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Exposure Therapy. He has experience working with diverse families recovering from trauma, working through transitions in the family, coping with loss and grief, and managing emotions and behavior. Dr. Ron can accept most major insurances and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Bridge Span, Moda, First Choice, Providence, United Health Care, Pacific Source, Kaiser Added Choice, Family Care, Aetna and OHP open card.  You can learn more about him at www.ronaldcrouch.com or contact him at 503.954.2188 x 18  or RonaldC@Bridgecitycounseling.com.

Caitlin O'Dell LMFTCaitlin O’Dell, M.Ed. LMFT  Caitlin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  She works with clients who are pre-teen through early to mid adulthood, and specializes in treating anxiety disorders, trauma, transition issues, relationships (family, partner) and depression.   Caitlin enjoys working collaboratively with clients to find solutions to their problems.  She believes everyone has the internal strengths and resources to solve problems but cannot always see them.  She is a systemic therapist, meaning that she views all people as part of a larger system, whether that be relationships with family, friends, the community, or other important areas of their life.  Caitlin has training in providing trauma informed therapies and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).  Caitlin can accept most major insurances and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Bridge Span, First Choice, Kaiser Added Choice, Moda, Aetna, Pacific Source, and OHP open Card.  503.954.2188 x19  CaitlinO@Bridgecitycounseling.com

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0066SBShelley McLendon, MA, LPC.
Shelley works with individual adults and couples.  She holds a Masters of Arts in Counseling degree and is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of Oregon.  Shelley specializes in issues surrounding relationships, distressing thought/ behavior patters, weight/body dissatisfaction, life transitions, depression, anxiety, and issues surrounding creativity and working in the arts.  She has also worked as an adjunct instructor at Concordia University and Western Seminary.  Shelley can accept most major insurances, and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Pacific Source,  Aetna,  Family Care, OHP open card,  Moda, First Choice, Bridge Span,  and Kaiser Added Choice   (503) 771-6433  ShelleyM@Bridgecitycounseling.com   mclendoncounseling.com 

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Julianne C_0005Julianne Chapman, MSW, LCSW
Julianne is an Alumni of Portland State University, Graduate School of Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social worker. She works with adults, children and families covering a range of presenting issues. Julianne specializes in helping families regain their strengths while recovering from abuse, and trauma. She has extensive training and experience in helping people create sustainable plans to manage and recover from depression, anxiety, substance abuse and domestic violence. She provides support and structure to guide individuals and families to build on strengths while moving forward with a positive understanding of who they are. Skilled in supporting adoptive families, creating co-parenting plans, mediation, guiding people through important life transitions and supporting families involved with Child Welfare. Julianne has English and Spanish language skills. Julianne can accept most major insurances and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Pacific Source,  Moda, First Choice, Bridge Span, Kaiser Added Choice, OHP open card, and Family Care.   503.703.9860    JulianneC@Bridgecitycounseling.com.

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0031ASAmy Sanders, MA, LPC Amy earned a Masters degree from Western Seminary in 2000. Since then she has experience working as a High School counselor, focusing on the mental health and academic success of adolescents. She has also worked in a non-profit setting offering counseling services focusing on a variety of issues with teens, individuals and couples. Amy specializes in working with depression, anxiety, family of origin issues, life transitions, personal growth, parenting issues, relational and sexual wholeness, and pre natal/ post partum emotional well being. Amy’s goal is to help clients work through past issues that inhibit growth and to encourage individuals to make life honoring choices that help them move from a life of despair and hopelessness to one of hope and healing.   Amy can accept most major insurances and is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Family Care, Moda, Bridge Span, First Choice, Kaiser Added Choice, Aetna, Pacific Source and OHP open card.  503.860.9214  AmyS@Bridgecitycounseling.com

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0023Jodie Bagley, MA Mental Health and Sexuality Counselor
Jodie works with clients who suffer from anxiety, depression, self image issues, eating/overweight problems, family difficulties, assertiveness and lack of confidence issues, spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, and pre-natal and postpartum concerns. Jodie also provides counseling based sexual education, and specializes in sexual frustration/dissatisfaction, sexual pain, dysfunction and disorders. In her practice, you can expect a counselor who is willing to help normalize sexuality and to promote accurate and helpful sexual education. This process will enhance communication of sexual needs/desires and will help to increase familiarity with the basic anatomy of female/male genitalia, female and male sexual response patterns, and discussions of taboo or sometimes uncomfortable parts of the individual/couples sexuality. She has four years of professional experience and has a Master’s of Arts in Counseling from Western Seminary. She has taught Human Sexuality courses at Concordia University and Western Seminary.  Jodie offers private pay and sliding scale counseling services and can accept OHP open card and Aetna.  503-913-5733  JodieB@Bridgecitycounseling.com
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Independent Clinicians in Private Practice at Bridge City:
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0060Christina W. Enticknap, MS, LPC, NCC Master of Science – Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor
Christina works with children, teens, families, couples, and individual adults.  She provides counseling for depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief and loss, prenatal and postpartum issues, adoption, divorce, relational difficulties, domestic violence, physical and sexual abuse trauma, parenting and discipline, behavioral issues, school challenges, and cultural issues.  She can bill most insurance plans and is currently in-network/ EAP with Aetna, Cascade, Cigna, ComPsych, Pacific Source, Reliant Behavioral Health, Samaritan, Value Options,  and Health Net/ MHN.      503-544-3201   christinacounseling@gmail.com